AYRO to Participate on EV Panel at the Benzinga Cleantech Small Cap Conference and Present to Investors on April 22, 2021
AUSTIN, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AYRO, Inc. (Nasdaq: AYRO) a designer and manufacturer of light-duty, short-haul, and last-mile delivery electric vehicles (EVs), today announced that management will participate in the Benzinga Cleantech Small Cap Conference on Thursday, April 22, 2021.
Chief Executive Officer Rod Keller will deliver his corporate presentation at 1:30 pm ET on April 22, 2021.
Prior to his presentation, Mr. Keller will participate on an EV Panel being held the same day at 12:40 pm ET. The panel is titled “Micromobility Revolution” and the participants will discuss the benefits and the challenges of smaller format vehicles.
Mr. Keller will also be available for one-on-one investor meetings. Those interested in scheduling a meeting with management should contact AYRO’s Investor Relations at email@example.com.
Investors can register for the conference and EV Panel discussion here:
About AYRO, Inc.
Texas-based AYRO, Inc., engineers and manufactures purpose-built electric vehicles to enable sustainable fleets. With rapid, customizable deployments that meet specific buyer needs, AYRO’s agile EVs are an eco-friendly microdistribution alternative to gasoline vehicles. The AYRO 411 Club Car is the only zero-emission, light duty EV known to AYRO that can be optimized for the needs of any sustainable fleet. AYRO innovates with speed, discipline, and agility and was founded in 2017 by entrepreneurs, investors, and executives with a passion for creating sustainable urban electric vehicle solutions for micromobility. For more information, visit: www.ayro.com
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Released April 15, 2021